Folks, I encourage you to read an article written by Dinesh D'Souza, entitled, Mother Teresa's Dark Night, published at the Catholic Education Resource Center, in which he analyzes Time Magazine's recent piece abut Mother Teresa's "contradictions." I am also delighted to report that I obtained permission from Mr. D'Souza to translate the article into Spanish and publish it on Vivificat's Spanish sister site. Feel free to access it here.
As for myself, I'll say this: Atheists and skeptics are busy spinning Mother's Dark Night to their ideological advantage.
This is understandable. There are no atheists working in the streets of Calcutta or anywhere elese for that matter, to help the poorest of the poor and co-suffer with them. Sacrificial love is not part of their survival-of-the-fittest-and-brightest toolkit.
Mother Teresa symbolizes all that is wrong with the atheist worldview. Now atheist ideologues are beside themselves because they believe they have a weapon against her. They will be more than happy to cast the first stone. In the meantime, Mother Teresa's spiritual children, quietly and without pretense, continue the work she started, atheism and unbelief notwithstanding. Praised be the Lord for Mother Teresa and her children who teach us that love is a choice, not a mere feeling.
Archbishop Gintaras Grusas on Evangelization - [image: Gintaras Grusas]